I was given a curious problem the other day by a client who required some Microsoft Excel consultancy. They had an issue whereby multiple worksheets referenced the same information in data validation drop downs. So lets say one of these drop downs was people within the team and was used to assign work to individuals.
I am sure that many people, like me, find the Linkedin articles an interesting place to get information. A little while ago I found a blog post from Dawn Rose who is talking about the end of e-learning. Now I’m sorry I just don’t see it. E-Learning is here to stay however, only as a part of a learning programme including other delivery methods.
Evaluation of any training course is essential. Not only does it give feedback to the trainer so that they can adapt the course and if all positive surely a little bit of gloating isn’t out the question. A simple open and honest feedback form is all that is needed.
Linkedin is the professionals’ social network. With over 200 million subscribers all over the world its simply the easiest way to broadcast yourself. Whether you’re a contractor, an executive, a graduate or simply someone that wants to progress their career.
Numberminds provides training to people who want to setup profiles and learn how to add (and who to add) and more importantly what to write in their profile.
Businesses are also welcome on Linkedin. Not only are their company pages (for example our own Numberminds Company Page) which allow you to tell people about your services and products (and have clients recommend these to their networks), broadcast what your company is doing (e.g. blog posts, videos and so on) you can also use them to hire the right people.